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CHAPTER 2 JUDICIAL AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS The State Court Systems 1. General jurisdiction courts are often referred to as courts of record. T [moderate p. 22] 2. An inferior court is a court whose decision must be approved by a higher court in order to be effective. F [easy p. 22] 3. In many situations, the parties in a small claims court cannot have a lawyer represent them. 14 T [moderate p. 22] 4. An intermediate appellate court generally provides the parties an additional opportunity to present evidence. F [easy p. 23] 5. Most states use specialized courts to handle commercial litigation.
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Unformatted text preview: F [moderate p. 24] 6. General jurisdiction trial courts hear evidence and testimony. T [easy p. 22] 7. Small claims courts are considered courts of record. F [difficult p. 22] 8. Decisions of state supreme courts can always be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. F [moderate p. 23] 9. In Delaware the Chancery Court hears and decides business litigation. T [moderate p. 24] 10. A Justice of the Peace Court is considered a special trial court. T [easy p. 22]...
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